MAY 25th, 2002: (JOHANNESBURG)
Bono and former South African President Nelson Mandela pose after their meeting at Houghton.
MAY 27th, 2002 (UGANDA):
Bono and Paul O'Neill chat with pupils at an elementary school in Kampala.
BONO IN AFRICA
MAY 21st-22nd, 2002 (GHANA):
U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill (L) speaks to reporters after visiting a data processing site in Ghana's capital with Bono, in Accra.
Bono talks to a computer watched by Paul O'Neill as they visit the ACS-BPS Computer services Inc. office.
Bono listens to a worker at the ACS-BPS Affiliated Computer Services Inc office
Bono holds up a Ghanese garment
Bono, Paul O'Neill, and Ghana's President John Kufuor
Bono lends his blue Bulgari wrap-around shades to Felicia Boateng, 12, a schoolgirl who asked him to sing for her classmates in Richard Akwei Memorial School in Accra.
Bono plays with a child of Richard Akwei Memorial school.
MAY 23rd, 2002: (PRETORIA)
South African President Thabo Mbeki (R) meets U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill, Bono, and Trevor Manuel Minister of Finance at the Union Building in Pretoria.
South African Minister of Finance Trevor Manuel with Bono listen to members of the media during a press conference.
Bono addresses members of the media during a press conference.
Paul O'Neill and Bono are greeted by President Thabo Mbeki.
MAY 24th, 2002: (SOWETO)
Bono spoon feeds 11-month-old Thomas Qubile while his mother, Mpumelelo looks on at the prenatal HIV clinic of the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in Soweto, South Africa.
Bono plays with 11-month-old HIV-positive baby Thomas Gqubile.
Bono sings his band U2's song "I Still Havent Found What I'm Looking For" after he was greeted by dancing schoolchildren during a visit to a housing project in Protea near Soweto.
Bono has lunch.
Bono waves aboard the "Love Life" train. The train is used to educate people on AIDS as it tours the country.